Two new pages added to blog

By way of a short announcement........I have added the KX3 page and KX3 video page to the blog.
WOW this is the shortest blog post I have ever done......enjoy them and do comment on them as I would like the feed back.....always room to improve you know!!

Mike Weir, VE3WDM, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from Ontario, Canada. Contact him at [email protected].

4 Responses to “Two new pages added to blog”

  • Matt W1MST:

    For those following VE3WDM on AmateurRadio.com, here are links to those pages:

    KX3 page

    KX3 video page

  • Mike VE3WDM:

    Thanks very much Matt should had thought about putting a link before posting.
    Thanks again for your assistance.
    Mike

  • Paul KC2NYU:

    Mike – Great job on the videos and the assembly. I gave a presentation to my local club Monday night on the assembly of my K3. Just a Power Point Presentation, but I got some great ideas after watching your first two videos on the KX3. I am sure all the Elecraft community appreciates your work and it will help many of us in the future assembly the KX3 when we finally get on.

    73 Paul

  • Mike VE3WDM:

    Good evening Paul, thank very much for the complements about the YouTube videos and I had a fun time doing them….and there will be more to come. Happy to hear the videos helped out your power point presentation as well.
    Mike

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